Go Whole30® With Coolgreens and Staci Patton

January 8, 2017 – February 8, 2017

Join Staci Patton, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, for a guided 30-day journey through the Whole30® program. Restore your metabolism, heal your digestive tract, and balance your immune system---- all in 30 days!

What is it?

Coolgreens, Oklahoma’s premier lifestyle eatery, has partnered with local Integrative Nutrition Health Coach Staci Patton to offer a guided 30-day journey through the Whole30® program.

Over 30 days, Staci will host six Whole30® compliant dinners at the Coolgreens Nichols Hills location. At these dinners, Staci will explain the tenants of the program, answer questions and check in with each participant’s progress. Participants are also invited to join a Facebook group led by Staci to support them in their journey while at home.

*Although dinner is available for purchase, these events are completely free. Please also note that Staci has no official affiliation with The Whole30® Program or any of their partners.*

Commuity Dinners - Nichols Hils Location - 6:00 PM:

January 8: Kickoff Dinner-Last Minute Questions. What to Expect (going over the calendar)
January 15: Preparation is Key + Simple Snacks
January 18: Primary vs. Secondary Foods
January 29: Keeping Meals Interesting
February 5: The Benefits?
February 8: Day 31. You Did It! Now What?!

Registration: 
There is no cost to attend, but you must register in advance because space is limited. Details are available on our Facebook page. A Whole30®-compliant meal from our fresh salad bar is available for purchase for the price of $13 (payment on site). All registered participants will be entered into a drawing to win a special Whole30® prize.

What is The Whole30®?
A nutritional program created and designed by Melissa and Dallas Hartwig (also of Whole9) in April of 2009 to change your life in 30 days. They use the phrase ‘nutrition reset’ to help people put an end to unhealthy cravings and habits, restore a healthy metabolism, heal the digestive tract, and balance the immune system.

How?
By removing certain food groups (like sugar, grains, dairy, and legumes) out of your diet completely to see if they are having a negative impact on your health. Thirty days allows enough time to for the body to heal and reset.

What are we resetting?

  • Metabolism
  • Systemic inflammation
  • Downstream effects of the food choices you’ve been making


The Whole30 Program Rules

Eat Real Food: Meat, seafood, eggs, tons of vegetables (including potatoes), some fruit, and plenty of good fats from fruits, nuts, seeds, and oils. Eat foods with very few ingredients, if any at all.

  • Avoid for 30 days. No SUGAR of any kind, real or artificial, including honey, maple syrup, agave. Also, no chewing gum or mints.
  • No alcohol in any form, not even for cooking.
  • Do not eat grains. Including, but not limited to, wheat, rye, barley, oats, corn, rice, millet, bulgar, sorghum, buckwheat, sprouted grains, quinoa, bran, germ, starch, etc. Read the labels.
  • Do not eat legumes of any kind- including peanuts, all beans, peas, chickpeas, lentils. No soy or soy products-soy sauce, miso, tofu, tempeh, edamame, and sneaky soy (soy lecithin).
  • No dairy. Only exception is clarified butter or ghee.
  • Do not consume carrageenan, MSG, or sulfites. Check your labels.
  • Do not try to recreate your favorite treats or baked goods with Whole30 approved ingredients. That is completely missing the point of breaking and changing habits. A pancake is still a pancake even if you use eggs and bananas to make them.
  • NO scale, body fat analysis, or measurements for 30 days. You may weigh on Day 1 and Day 31. The program is not made to be a weight loss program, however most people experience weight loss.

Fine Print

  • Clarified Butter or Ghee. Only source of dairy allowed during Whole30. Milk proteins from regular butter could impact the results of your program.
  • Fruit juice as a sweetener. Some products or recipes will include fruit juice as a sweetener, which is fine for purposes of Whole30.
  • Certain legumes. Green beans, sugar snap peas, and snow peas are all okay.
  • Vinegar. Most forms of vinegar are allowed during Whole30, including white, red wine, balsamic, apple cider, and rice. Vinegars with added sugar and malt vinegar, which generally contains gluten, are not allowed. Watch for added sulfites. Naturally occurring sulfites are fine.
  • Salt. All iodized salt contains sugar. This is the only exception to the “no added sugar” rule.


Benefits

  • Changing one’s relationship with food-habits and cravings, and the emotional relationship we have with our food and our body.
  • Weight loss, improved body composition without counting or restricting calories
  • Consistently high energy levels
  • Improved athletic performance
  • Better sleep
  • Improved focus and mental clarity
  • Sunnier disposition
  • Food freedom
  • Improvement and cure to many lifestyle-related diseases and conditions-high blood pressure, high cholesterol, type 1 and type 2 diabetes, asthma, allergies, sinus infections, hives, skin conditions, endometriosis, PCOS, infertility, migraines, depression, bipolar disorder, heartburn, GERD, arthritis, joint pain, ADD, thyroid dysfunction, Lyme disease, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, lupus, leaky gut syndrome, Crohn’s, IBS, Celiac disease, diverticulitis, ulcerative colitis

*Information specific to program from whole30.com*

Questions about Whole30? Contact Staci Patton
staci@wanderingheart.net
405-990-2299
wanderingheart.net

*Staci has no affiliation with The Whole30® Program or any of their partners*

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